winners dont do different things , they do it differently

December 25, 2006 2:15pm CST
do u agree with it ? if yes u can sight some example
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@gifana (4838)
• Portugal
25 Dec 06
Lance Armstrong - photo of Lance Armstrong holding high the winner's cup after finishing 1st in a Tour de France.
I would say that's about the size of it. In order to be a winner in anything you have to take that one more step farther. Winning isn't everything unless you make it your career, no matter what the field may be. In order to be a winner you must dedicate you life, time, effort and concentration on the one thing you do best, whatever that may be. Just getting things done is not what makes a winner. It goes beyond that by showing that you are not a run of the mill person but rather one who is willing to walk that extra mile. Lance Armstrong, I think, is a very good example of that. Although he was told he would never regain his status in cycling because of the cancer and the long treatment, he showed us all that with determination, faith, hard work and undeterrant attitude he could be winner. He proved his point by winning the Tour de France a record 7 times in a row. And now he has taken up marathon running. Will he be a winner at that too? He proved in the recent New York Marathon that even without a great deal of training he did reach the finish line...albeit quite some time after the winner.